Carb free cloud bread

Carb free cloud bread

For anyone who can’t eat grains or gluten, it’s pretty hard it is to find a decent bread substitute.

When all you want is for something to hold a sandwich together, getting the right consistency, or even getting any taste at all, is a tricky business.

But we think we’ve found the solution in Cloud Bread – even the name sounds yummy doesn’t it!

What you’ll need:

3 eggs separated

3 tbsp softened cream cheese

¼ tsp cream of tartar

1 tbsp honey


  • Set your oven to 300 degrees and line or grease two baking sheets. Carefully separate the eggs and in a small bowl mix together the egg yolks, cream cheese and honey until it’s a smooth mixture.
  • In another bowl and the cream of tartar to the egg whites and beat on high speed until they form stiff peaks.
  • Carefully fold the egg yolk mix into the egg whites until they are mixed thoroughly. Try not to lose too much of the air in the egg whites.
  • With a large spoon scoop 10 even rounds onto the baking sheets (about 4-5 inches across).
  • Bake in the centre of the oven for around 30 minutes, or until the tops are golden brown.
  • Remove from the pans and cool on a wire rack.
  • When they are fresh out of the oven, the consistency is crumbly and similar to cooked meringue.
  • Once completely cool, (you can store overnight in a plastic bag or Tupperware container) they will change their consistency, to a softer bread texture that is nice and chewy. 

The Author

Laura Briggs

Laura loves running, Pilates and Yoga, and is forever trying to find the time to fit these activities into her life around a busy family. When she's got time to herself you might find her knitting, or in the kitchen trying out an elaborate recipe - healthy of course!.


Sasha B.
29 February 2016

Sasha B.

it looks lovely. but I wonder how much it would fill you up. Egg whites and cream cheese aren't particularly sustaining.

Emma C.
28 February 2016

Emma C.

Oh my, I am SO trying this...

Mike D.
28 February 2016

Mike D.

I have given up bread for lent and this sounds amazing to try. I can't believe I haven't heard of it before. Can't wait to try it. If it is tasty I will be incredibly happy as it's very difficult to stay away from bread.

craig t.
28 February 2016

craig t.

I have never heard of this before, and I am quite up on gluten-free food. Sounds easy to make too, but I bet it doesn't taste anything as good as real bread!

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